The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® today announced it will produce the 2015 International CES Asia scheduled to run May 25-27 in Shanghai, China. This inaugural event will take place at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) and will draw global businesses to showcase the latest products and technologies entering the Asian marketplace. CEA is co-organizing the event with Intex Shanghai Co., Ltd., a prominent producer of international tradeshows in China.
A massive IT exhibition has been held in Macau. This year’s Macau Communication Expo has played host to over 70 companies from various parts of Asia. Ma Zhiguang headed the expo’s prep-committee. “Communication technology now plays a more and more important role in Macau’s economy, accounting for a higher proportion of the economy. With multiple large-scale entertainment projects in use by 2016, Macau’s economy is going to hit new heights. To plan ahead, Macau needs to advance its 4G technology, wifi and fiber optics. The SAR also needs a new data center and better cloud-computing. This will make Macao a real digital city, and will provide high-quality services for both locals and tourists in Macau.” Over 170-booths had displays at this weekend’s event in Macau.
[Shanghai, China, June 11, 2014] Huawei, a leading global information and communications (ICT) solutions provider, will appear at the Mobile Asia Expo 2014, acting as a gold sponsor for the event and participating as a speaker at the GSMA Mobile Forum. The Expo, held in Shanghai for the past three consecutive years, will enable Huawei to further demonstrate its commitment to promoting the development of the global mobile ecosystem.
With the corporate spirit of “Always Ahead”, Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) constantly gains insights of global trends in mobile Internet and value-added service. Thus, CHT announce forming an alliance with Mozilla, and will be showcasing services including “Hami News”, “Hami Weather”, “Hami Travel”, and “Hami Horoscope” at the Mobile Asia Expo.
Today, we are happy to share that we are one step closer to our mission. Team Tech in Asia is excited to have Nikkei Asian Review on board as our Official Media Partner at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014. Nikkei is a familiar media brand within the world of business and finance and we believe that working with a major media outlet like Nikkei will raise the profile of the fast growing, entrepreneur-led tech ecosystem in Japan and the rest of Asia.
Supermicro Computer, a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology and green computing, has continued to expand its server and storage rack solutions amid increased demand for highly scalable, energy efficient and environmentally friendly solutions for data center, cloud and enterprise IT environments.
FIDO Alliance visionary Ramesh Kesanupalli will present the “Future of Authentication” on June 4th at COMPUTEX TAIPEI. FIDO Alliance members EgisTec, Nok Nok Labs, and others will follow Mr. Kesanupalli in a panel discussion regarding FIDO authentication. COMPUTEX TAIPEI is among the world’s leading platforms for introducing ICT procurement, new products, and technology applications. Every year top ICT elites, innovators, and entrepreneurs from every corner of the world gather to showcase the most advanced and innovative ICT products, attracting more than 38,000 international visitors.
Toshiba and Seagate are set to showcase their latest storage products at the Computex 2014. Toshiba has unveiled its new enterprise hard drive recently. The hard drive is designed for bulk storage systems and servers supporting cloud-based applications and scale-out workloads. Meanwhile, Seagate has cooperated with Qnap and Thecus to release a new 6TB enterprise-level hard drive as well as its QNap Turbo NAS technology. Both will be showcased at Computex.
TAITRA this year teamed up with a Taiwanese developer supplying the modules powering Apple’s iBeacon technology, which enables near proximity communication between mobile devices via Bluetooth connectivity. The iBeacon technology overcomes the limitations of GPS-assisted navigation in indoor environments and will be incorporated into TAITRA’s exclusive app that will be available for download at each operating system’s respective app store by COMPUTEX Taipei visitors, providing the swiftest path to exhibition booths.
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA, 對外貿易發展協會) yesterday held an international press conference previewing the COMPUTEX Taipei, one of the world’s premier trade shows for the global information and communication technology (ICT) sector, while presenting accolades to the winners of this year’s COMPUTEX d&i Awards.
TAIPEI: Asia’s largest tech trade show will be a battleground for smart innovations when it kicks off in Taiwan Tuesday — from car systems which warn when you are driving badly to a toothbrush-style camera that films the user’s teeth. More than 1,500 exhibitors, including some of the world’s leading technology brands, will set out their stalls at Computex, in the capital Taipei, with 130,000 visitors expected for the five-day event.
TAIPEI–Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC,台積電), the world’s largest contract chip maker, was honored Friday for excellence in promoting a balance between work and life, enabling employees to be as good at “producing” babies as making chips in 2013. TSMC said in a statement that it has won the first “Work Life Balance Award” presented by the Ministry of Labor in recognition of the company’s performance in three areas: employee initiative and achievements, care and support for employee families, and employee health and safety.
Computex — For the sixth year running, NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) has clinched a Best Choice Award at Computex, picking up the honor for NVIDIA® GRID™ technology, as well as a coveted “Golden Award” for the NVIDIA Tegra® K1 mobile processor. NVIDIA’s honors mark the longest Best Choice Award win-streak of any international Computex exhibitor. More than 475 technology products from nearly 200 vendors competed for this year’s recognition.
Taipei: Asia’s largest tech trade show will be a battleground for smart innovations when it kicks off in Taiwan on Monday — from car systems which warn when you are driving badly to a toothbrush-style camera that films the user’s teeth. More than 1,500 exhibitors, including some of the world’s leading technology brands, will set out their stalls at Computex, in the capital Taipei, with 130,000 visitors expected for the five-day event.
SAN DIEGO, CA — (Marketwired) — 05/21/14 — The leading standards organisation for mobile service enablers, the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) today announced that it will be exhibiting for the first time at Mobile Asia Expo, June 11 to 13, at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre in Shanghai, booth N2.D64. There will be a number of demonstrations featured at their booth that bring together all areas of the mobile ecosystem and showcase unique future mobile concepts that show how open specifications play a part in the next generation of mobile services.
Intel’s Haswell Refresh processors and 9-series chipset-based motherboards are already available in retail channels worldwide despite Intel still having not yet made an official announcement, according to sources from motherboard players. Intel is expected to announce the launches at the Computex 2014 in early June.
“For India, CeBIT worldwide events like BITS represent a landmark in the IT sector as it gives Indian companies an opportunity to take part in an international event. This year, India will be hosting its own version of CeBIT which itself indicates succesful participation of Indian companies in CeBIT worldwide events.” said Mehul Lanvers-Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India.
Telestream, a provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, hasannounced that its software-based Vantage video transcoding and workflow automation products will be featured in Techtel booth 5J3-03 and Magna Systems & Engineering booth 5B2-02 at Broadcast Asia 2014 which takes place June 17th – 20th in Singapore. Telestream will demonstrate the latest file formats and technologies, including HEVC and 4K, transcoding and packaging for multiplatform distribution, and the ability to quickly respond to fluctuating needs in the cloud.
We kicked off our fourth and final quarter of Startup Asia with a debate on the future of bitcoin. Richard Jerram, chief economist from the Bank of Singapore, and Aurelian Menant, the co-founder and CEO of Gatecoin, a Hong Kong-based digital currencies financial institution, took to the stage to kick off the afternoon sessions with a debate about the future of Bitcoin in Asia. The debate then boiled down to the essential question of: can bitcoin become mainstream? Can it replace the dollar?
The second half of day one here at Startup Asia opened with a keynote by gaming hardware startup Razer’s co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan. “Hardware gets people passionate; people get really, really excited,” Tan told the audience. He then showed a slide of hardcore Razer users who tattooed the company logo on their bodies (one even had it on the side of his neck!).